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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealers in Groceries
Flour, CoriiiT2cnl. Salt &c,
so. west Washington street,
f1in FIRM ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN
1. this city ff Joseph Mann'a Oyite r a celebrate!
fUiUsaor brand -and ail or Jera from the ci(j or coun
try 111 bo promptly tiled. At thi bono a!o is ooe of
iie largest HenerV in tb wor'd, where cbckcb, dock,
gee, turkies end the like are kept healthy and fat and
It tat the table at all time a. eit-dta
To Officers of the Army.
JUST RECEIVED A SFLF.5DID ASSORTMENT OF
For fielJ, portability and power they supersede
ForaaJebj SEMMONS, Optician.
SPECTACLES, EYEGLASSES, &C.,
Of the greatest transparent power, of new im
provement properly adjusted to the ca-e.
OrWi frora the country, with particulars,
promptly attended to.
, Repairing ne-Atly done witli dispatch.
ocUTJ No. 25. South Illinois street.
Harmonized for IHale Voice and Ap
proprlate for tie in t'ninp
AT THE INDIANA MUSIC STORE.
Tir Sabbath-School Hymn and
Containing upward of two bur J red choice bj ran- and tunes
iit u r. six ci:m s.
AT THE INDIANA MUSIC STORE.
WILLAKD A STOW ELL.
Jau23 No. 4, Rate House.
. O. W. JOHNSTOIT,
Livery and Sale Stables
XOS. 11 AND 13 WEST PEARLSTREET,
Z Horses, BiiRci", Carriage and Saddle Horums
always ia readiness. Charges moderate. dec3-tf
- C. W. II AM, A CO.,
25 ILi noKSTHEET,
OFPOSITE BATES HOUSE, INDIANAIOLIS, IND.
Old SACHEM BITTERS
IT IS THE FINEST AND BEST
SPUIIVG 1U E I C I IV E
it is an r.M:cu:AM,i:n
PurifuTand Regulator of the Blood
it is a Htl ig lit Tut Tonic.
Try it and it will do you Good.
itrsciuiAt:i'r cV it
And by Grocer, Wine Merchants and Dragst generally.
W. GOODRICH, New Haven. Ct., Proprietor.
Principal Depot, 14 Water street, N. T.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Lurirer llr lluvlness Lowrr tlc Cot
loot and Shoe Manufacturer
5. Wet Fourth streelVlnetnnatl.
I HATE JUST OPF.SFDMY SPRING STOCK, WHICH
comprises the newest and choicest style of Men's,
twy's. Youth' and Children", wear, rvd Itavine sreatly
tnrreaid my facilitie. for ni.tnufactunrft, 1 am enabl"d to
eflerjrreAt inducement to cahbujfr. I bare marked
me prteen down to a very 'ow tiure. only khuHt mall
profit. My mtto U lar-j ile and Miiall pn.tiu. Cnder
rttmlinir the M-ceitj 1 keeping ur with the time.'., 1 Ul
every endearor t ti-r my cutteier In every re
peet. fai.rIT'I-dljl JOHN II. PF.TK1LS.
CHICAGO TYPE FOUNDRY,
NO. 3 WASHINGTON, ST.
fTPK. PRKSK.HANl lUINTINO MATFRIAL. AL
1 WATSew hand, wr Bianufactured to r! r. Klc
trottpin well mvX promptly executett. A.-ei.cy fr
WadV y.rperior Ink. H. A. It) UTK K, Ipent.
JUT NO.-i BATES HOUSE.
WIUKD A- STOWKLI-
United itnicftof America, DUlrlct of
WmiiK, i libel f Infunktion La Keen f !-d in the
ImrkiCort i tu tiui4 "tates ithin anl fr tL
eTenLh Circuit aul I;tnct f lieda ia, on C.e 1.1:h dr
January l-U, -jr John iiAj:n&, ! ., Alt.i:i y f the
l uiiri State tT aid Ln-ttict of lud.ana. as n-i thrve
lvruf m. hiiry ajd vue p'ece of c-tt!i, -urd at
Je5r.)nville, laJiauA, fur a iIaUn of tUe U
oc" the Vuited State, the ,d niU ar.d cicrrhand:- hr
ia ei4ktratxd A war, and prariu prore. axaiiw4
ffooiU, n4 that the atoe du be Ci&mnr4 and AA
axULr carahand f ar.
Nw, therefe, in puruanr of the wiHiliin aitder the
waJ if Mud Court to cie Lire. ted and tlr!ir:rl, 1 tin hrre
bj arhe ,uLite Uot.e to 11 pt-ruti claiaiiic -d kh1is
oe Jjr Nn thereof, ur in u.jr wanner imere4eil U rcia,
that Uwy t and apirar bef r the it, the Di.-tnct C urt
of the United States, to be hrld at the city af lndiu apo
IU, tn and for tUe In-trVrt 4 l:iiiia, ofi tV 2d TueMiar of
February bt, at 0 o'clock of the forenoon of that day,
then aiid tier U lr.terre tUir c'anu and cake their
aüegatiutM In tLat b-ha'f.
AtU.U DAVID i. kU.SK. U. &. Marhal.
Ir J. Kiocitw, lputy.
n. r.ta.cieiv. 1-1
1 Tnlled Male af America, fJUlrictaf
J Indiana, S:
n irnitt, l;tl of Inforntation baa Wen f.e.I h the
Itr1rtCofirt cf th' L'nJtW! PtaX, within and forth
ffeTenih Circn;t and IStrtct of Indiana, on th lih 4i of j
Orutr, 11, by John Umna, F.q., Attorney of the
I'f.ited Stale of America, for aid Htrict of Indiana,
a?aint 2 ba of coffee, 7 boxea of Ftarrh, 10 barreM of
b;ky, ard 1 b of rarwtte. efxed at EranTilJ f'r a
violation of the lawt f the I.'ntte! Mate., the aaid arooda i
ard tnerchandiiK bein eoctrahand of war, and praying
Srurca aicairat aaid goodt, a.'d that tie tame may be Coa
emned and im&M at artklea contraband cf war.
Now, therefore, la rarmirce f the noriittoti nndr the
aeaj of aid Court to me directed and delivered, 1 do here
by putic notice to ail peron claimiua; fooda, or
any part thereof, or ia any marjt.tx intereted there in,
that tl ey be and p;ear be'for the a.'d, the Iitr!ctCfurt
of the United State, tn W held at the city of Indianapolis
in and for the Ditrict of fodiina. on the third Monday of
November ueit, at ten o'clock of the forenoon of that day,
then and there to interpwe their claliaj and make th:r
ih-rUooa in that behalf.
D. O. VmT., V. S. Marshal,
l'rr J. JJ. LioaLOW, Iitj.
Jour II. Rka, Clerk.
Daitd November 2, lfl. sov4-dl4t
TTSITI'DSTATM OT AHIIUICA, DIS-
J TRI CT Or INDIANA,
iiniiu, A libel of Information ba been fled in the
Ir.Ukt Ourt of the United fetaten, within and for tie
Seventh Circuit and District of Indiana, on the 6th day of
Ortoher, im. by John Hann, Fvj.,Attorney fr the I'ni
tM Mate for Mid iMMrkt of Indiana, arain.t 1 boi of
dnijf, 5 boxen of candle, 3 btg of coffee, 4 keyn of
od a. 2 boxe soap, and 10 barreU of biky, Mixed at Kv
anvtl, for a violation of the law of the United State.,
the aaid goods and inerrhande being contraband of war,
and praying process airaint said good, and that the
same may be condemned and sold aa articles contraband
Now, therefore, in pursuance of the monition nnder the
seal of said Court, to me directed aiid delivered, I do here
by give public notice to all persons claiming said Rood.,
or any part theereof, or in any maiater interested therein,
th.it they be and appear before the ald, the Di.-trict Court
of the United Mat-, to be held at the city of Indianapo
lis, In and for the District c f Indiana; on the 3d Monday
of November next, at 10 o'clck in the f.enoon of that
day, then and there to interpose their claims and make
their allegations in that behalf.
D. O. K0.E. C. 8. Marshal.
Ter J. S. liitiCLOw, Deputy.
Johx H. Raa, Clerk.
Dated November 1, J.SCI. nov3-dl4t
TT"T," STATI-OrAMEIIICA, DIS-
J TKICT OF INDIANA, SS:
Tvhihim, liVel of information has twen fled in the
District Court of the United ?tatoi, within and for the
Seventh Circuit and Di-tr.ct of Indiana, on the Sth day cf
Oc tober, 1WC1, by Johnlianna, Kq., Attorney f.r the Uni
ted Stite of America, apn;nst 24 cae of boots and
shoes, wized at Kvansville, for a violation of the l.iws of
the United States, the said (foods and merchandise being
contraband of war, and prayunr process ap-iiiit said (roods,
and tiiat the Muue may be condemned and sold as articles
contraband of war.
Nw, therefore, in purnawe of the monition under the
eal of eaid Court to nw directed and delivered, I do here
by give public notice t all iersus clairni;ig aiil Roods,
or any part thereof, or an sny manner intercted therein,
that they le and appear before the said, the litrk tCrt
of the United States, to be held at the city of Indianapo
lis, in and for the District of Indiana, on the 3d Monday
of Novem)er next, at 10 o'clock of the forcnou of that
day, then and there to interpose their claims and make
their allegations in that 1 half.
D. KOSE, U. S. Marshal,
I'er J. S. I'.iotLow, l puiy.
Joiim H. Kica, Clerk.
Dated November 1,1X01. no-2-dlt
A, NEKTOUS D F. T.I LIT T, O K S I'E K5f ATO K RH( E A,
i pohitively inrnrable by any means but those
I advocate. Itefore commencing any treatmeiit
learn how the writt-r actually cured himself,
and subsequently hundreds of others.
Enclose a po--paid superscribed envelope to Rox 17C,
Charlestown, Mass. feMu-dAw3w
CAMP ANDT JOHNSON,
Near Nashville, Tetn March 27, Ii.
ON LEAVING MUNrOÜDSVJLLE, K F. NTUCX T, THE
officers andmea of the lalrioh (ith) regiment In
diana volan eers.wrre mortiied to End that our beauti
ful rtand of Irish color, pretexted the regiment by the
patriotic Irish ladie of Indianapolis, had been stolen
Tie tlfft cou'J only bv been committed bytomeper
on wearing the uniform of an officer, and who by that
means could bava free ingrtM and egrets through our
liues and tenia.
Our regiment will to-morrow take up the line of march
toward the Mouth in the face of an armed enemy, and we
are unable to expretwto our friends at borne the disap
pointment and sadness we feel in not beieg able to carry
with us the Irib banner of which all of us were ojatly
proud. We do not however envy the senatioa wbit a the
wretch must experience who fouxid hlimelf at any time
so contemptible and der-aded as to violate the courtesy
extended him, and commit so Infamous a theft.
The undersigned officers of the Irihh regiment will pay
one hundred dollar for the recovery hd delivery to ua of
the flag herein referred to. and for the apprehension and
retention of the thief until be can be tried for bia crime.
J. C. WALKER, Colonel.
JOHN CROWE, Capt. Co. II, Sith reg. lad. Voll.
LEVIA WALTKY,2d Ll.Co. II," "
M. W. CLE NN, 1-t Lt. Co. K.
D. CUMMINS, 21 Lt. "
J AMES R. M ULLI KIN, Capt, Co. K.
JOHN SCULLY, Lt.Comd g Co. L
W. H. I'ATTON, 21 U. Co. 1.
John p. dunn, Capt. Co. d.
AUfiCST G. TAI'IN, 1st Lt. Co. D.
A. F. FAKKAK, lt U. Co.K.
J M. r.i:ASI!EP.,2J Lt.Co. F.
JOHN DILIjON, Lt. (Vmid'g Co. A.
MK H AELFlTZl'ATKICK,2d U. Co A.
C. (1. GALEZIO. 21 Lt. tmid'g Co. C.
JOHN P. Dl i t ICY. Capt. Co. B.
THOMAS PRYCE, Capt. Co. L
WM. HIl'WELL, Capt. Co.C. mch31-d3t
A comjHunl rcmodv, denned to le the mo?t
cflectu.il Altrralire "t!i.it can be made. It is a
concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla, so
conitmcd with other eub.-tancps of tiil eater
alterative Hjwer a to afford an effective antidote
for the diseases Sarsaparilla i.s leputeii to cure.
It h believed that such a remedy is wanted by
tho.e who6uffer from Strumous complaints, ami
that one which will accomplish their cure must
prove of immense service to this large class of our
afflicted fellow citizens. How completely this
compound will do it has been proven by experi
ment on many of the worst cases to be found of
the following complaints:
Scrofula axi Scrofulous Complaints, Erup
tions and Eruptive Diseases, Ulceus, Pimples,
I?lotches, Tumors, Salt lint i m, Scali Head,
SrrniLis and Stpihilitic Affections, Mer
curial Disease. Dropsy, Neuralgia or Tic-
DOULOUREAUX, DeDILITT, DtSPErSIA AND INDI
GESTION, Ertsipleas, Kose or St. Anthony's
Fire, and indeed the whole class of complaints
arising from Impcritt or the Hlood.
This compound will be found a great promoter
of health, when taken in the spring, to expel the
foul liumors which tester in the bloxi at thatsea-
son of the year. 15j the timely expulsion of tliem
many raiikling disorders are nipped in the bud.
Multitudes can, by the aid of the remedy, spare
themselves from the endurance of foul eruptions
and ulcerous sores, through which the system will
.strive to rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to
do this through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine. Clcane out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you find it is obstructed
and sluggish in the veins: cleanse it whenever
it is foul, and your feelings will tell vou when.
Even where no particular disorder is felt, people
enjoy better health, and live longer, for cleansing
the blood. Keep the blood healthy, and all is
we'!; but with this pabulum of life disordered,
there cu be no lasting health. Sooner or later
something must go wrong, and the great ma
chinery of life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has. and deserves, much the repu
tation of accomplishing these ends. But the
world has been egregiouslv deceived by prepara
tions of it, partly because the drug alone has not
all the vtrtue that is claimed for it, but more be
cause manv rreiurations, pretending to be con
centrated extracts of it, contain but little of the
virtue of Sarsaparilla, or anything else.
During late vears the public have been misled
bv large bottles, pretending to give a quart of
r.iiraci oi oarsajiarina tor one. uouar. Jiostoi
these have been frauds upon the sick, for they not
only contain little, it hut, Sarsaparilla, but oiten
no curative properties whatever. Hence, bitter
and painful disappointment has followed the use
of the various extracts of Sarsaparilla which flood
the market, until the name itself is justly despised,
and has become svnonvmous with imposition and
cheat. ' Still we call this compound Sarsaparilla,
and intend to supply such a remedy as shall res
cue the name from the load of obloouv which
rots upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible bv
the ordinary run of the diseases it is intended to
cure. In order to secure their complete eradica
lion from the svsfeni, the remedy hould le
judiciously taken according to directions on the
im. J. V. AYHR & CO.
Price SI icr Ilotilr; Six ISotilet for W
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaints,
that it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount
the evidence of its virtues, wherever it h.s been
employed. As it has long been in constant u.e
throughout this section, we need not do more
than assure the people its quality is kept up to
the best it ever has been, and that it may be re
Led on to do for their relief all it ha ever been
fouud to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR THE CURE OT
Cfntirrnrss, Jaundice, Dyprpit, Iniiijtttion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, tlryiptla. Headache,
I'ttes, Hhrunituirrt, Eruption and Skin Diseases.
Liter CtmpLaint, Vroptj, Tetter, Tumnrs and
Suit Rhrum, U orm. (lout, Seurali. a$ qj)in
net i'dl and Jut pnrifyinj the Blood.
They are sugar coited, so that the most sensi
tive can take thetn pleasantly, and they are the
bet aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
Price 20 cents per Tj; Five I5uxes fur $1.00
Orcit numbers of Clergymen, Physicians,
Statesmen and eminent personages, have lent
their names to certify the unparalleled usefulness
of these remedies, but our space here will not
permit the insertion of them. The Aeuu below
named furnih gratis our Amejmcax Almanac in
which they are given; with also full descriptions
of the above complaints, and the treatment that
hhould be followed for t!e:r cure.
Do not le put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they mike moro profit on.
Demand Atu', anl take no others. The sick
want the bot ai.l there is f.r theo, and thev
houLl have it.
NOS'.O, 11, 13 15 17 COU1ITLAXD ST.,
NEAR BROADWAY, NEW YOKK CITY.
Tbis old etalli.hcfl and favtrite resort of the business
commanity has been recently refitted, and is complete in
rverytfftg tlmtcjn m'aii-tertothe comforts f its patn-ns.
Ladies and families are ecially add carefully provided
It U centrally located the bunesspa t of the city,
and in contiguous to the principal lines of steamboats,
car, omnibuses, ferries, Ac.
In conscience of the pressure caused by the rebellion
prices have been reduced to
One Dollar and Fifty Cents
The table is amply supplied w ith all the luxuries of the
season, and is equal to that of any other hotel in the
Ample accommodations are offered for npward of 400
Ki. Do not hrlieve runners, Lackmen, and others,
who may ay "the Western Hotel is full."
1). I. WINCHESTER, Proprietor.
Thos. D. WixcHKSTK.a. febl5-d2ni
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
.Shortcut Itoute by Xlilrty ?Iile!
J0 CHANG K OK CAIW TO CINCINNATI I
Three trainsleave Indianailis Itaily, (Sunday excepted.)
1 IKSTTUAIX. 5:00 A.M CINCINN ATlLIOHl NINO
' ExpreM arrives at Cincinnati at 9:45 A M.
SicoikI Train 1115 A. M. Cutcinnati, Columbus,
ZaiM-.-ville and WheelmR Hail, arrives at 5:00 1. M.
rassenjrers by this train make the same titm- to Newark
Zaner-ville and Wbeelintt as by any other reute out of In
dianapolis!, and fare the same.-
Third Train 7:10 P. M, Cincinnati Express, arrives at
Cincinnati 12:20 A. M. Iiexingon, Ky. 11:45 A. M.
I are came as ty any other route.
Call for your tickets ria the Indianapolis and Cincinnati
IluKKaRe checked through.
Srr.ciAL Nonce. He sure you pet in the ribt train at
Indianapolis. The enly Cincinnati train, stands on tbe
rifth track, beinjr the farther track south in tbe Union
Depot, at Indianap-lift.
W . H. I. N0F.LE, General Ticket Asrrnt.
Wm. I'owkll, Traveling Agent aprl6'60.
Mk INSURANCE COMPANY,
Or HAUT! OltD C(N.
Capital Enlarged Jan'y 1, I860.
5tT SURPLUS, (af:r deducting all
liabüiüea) GH, 142 30
NEW AND VALUABLE WORK
FOR LAWYERS. JUSTICES 0V THE TEACE.
And all Connctetl irilh lh Judicial A'lminiftratüm of
rso mz m in? rjc r.m? m-z
Of tlicMatcof ndi.tnn,
C10NTA ISING THE REVISED STATUTES OF 1S52
with the ainenitmenls thereto, And tbe Kubsequen
leirilation, with notes and references : judicial decision.
JAMES GAVIN AND OSCAR ORD.
Volume 1, Published by
lIIXillAI V DOUGHTY
J lid pre David .HcDonnld, one of the most
eminent lawyers of tie State, volunteered the following
e commendation of the work:
Statvtks or IsriA.xa, bt Gavi.i & IIord. Some month?
aco, the above named gentlemen Issued proposals for pub
lishing, in two volumes octavo of some paes each, a I
the statutes of the State parsed fince 1851, with annota
tions. The first volume of the work is now published ; and
the manner of its execution, both mechanically and edito
rially, deserves the thanks of tbe profession.
Tbe Imperfect manner of publishing our statute under
State authority, has always been a source of jrreat incon
venience to the Indiana Lawyer. The revision of K2, a
well as tbe statutes parsed since that year, mit: tit almost
aswell have been published without any index. Up tc
tb htime the lawyer has constantly been under the neces
sity of turning over, leaf by leaf, the volumes o our
statutes to find any particular enactment. And every one
know show annoying and provoking this is, especially in
ti e hurry of business as in our Courts. Happily for the
profession, the publication under consideration promisei-a
better Mate of things in the future. The first volume o
li-sr. Givin & Hord's work contains an excellent and
copious index, wLuh to evt-ry practicing lawyer in the
täte is itself worth the money which tbe volume costs.
The volume under review contains another excellence
Vll its pages are .upptied with valuable marginal indices,
othal a vUnce at the mariu is KuSicknt to apprise the
eader of the contents of the page .
Another matter of great importance to the lawyer in
this volume is a ootl co!l-ctin of the subjects of all
hdution Knee 151. Heretofore, the lawyer in examining
our lcgMati n on any given subject had first to f.nd wh.v
wa relevant toit in the kevUit-n of 152, and thrn to turn
over the pait-sof the vlunies of subst-ijuent Statutes, to
see how far recent legislation may have repealed or m jd -fied
the provisions contained in that Revision, aud even
then be would often f.-el doubt whether be had f'und ail
the legislation t n the subitct of Lis ina'lirv. Messrs.fi.i-
- i i
vin and Hori have relieved us of all this trouble and
doubt. They have collected together in conecutiee pat;e
all tbe statutes made fince 1S51. on the ume subject.
Thus, on psgr s 373 to 377 of their first volume they have
collected all our legislation, now in force, on the subject o
husband and wi, inr lurtin? tbe act of 152 ami three act
of 157. And they have followed the ame mode o; co
ocation, in appri-prlate consecutive pages, in regard to all
other topics of lexiltiou.
A .;ill tii'r valuable feature are the copious nd accu
rate notes contained in the volume in ques tion. Tili vol
ume includes the Constitution of the United Slates, th.
Consrttution of Indiana, and several important acts oi Vir
g:nii and Matute of Congress, arid a large portion o our
own t.ttutcs now in force. The numerous decisions o the
Courts on trie various provisions contained in these Constj.s
tutiotis and statutes are found at the bottom of the appro
priate rae, in the form of neat, brief and accurate i.ote
a::d references.. JIisr. Gavin A Hord siem to have per
formed this part of tbe-r work exceedingly well. It must
have cost them much care and labor, fly it they have
greatiy lescel tu labor of the practisiug lawyer, and
have well merited his grateful approval.
I a every re.;-ect the volume under review Ihi?hly red
ItaMe to tbe d:IIicence, accuracy, talents and tbe tate o
Its editors. a. well as to the mechanical skill and neatnes
of i: publishers, and it mast raise the jut expectation ol
the profes-ion, as to the value of the second volume, h!ch
we understand w;il forthcotmng in a few months, and
which will contain the code of plea-hug and practice o
152, with MbsocjueEt atudments and other statutes.
Without any concert With U;eeiitors or publishers o! the
volume in question, the writer rf tb:s article has been in
duced to compose and publish this little review of the book,
solely because he believes the ed:tor and publishers de
serve high commendation for their perform aacv. He,
therefore, deems It but Just to them, without being solic
ited to it by ary one, to publish tb;s i."iice of the Jxoi,
over his own proper came. DAVID McDuNALD.
IiHl.anapolis, Novt inir 1, l"ö0.
The f.rt volume is now ready and Wing delivered to
i it i c i: $ t 50.
FING HAM I DOUG HIT,
DOOK AND JOO PRINTINC.
I IV D I A IV A
:-'iff--rHks4 h. if i Iii iflr
v . A.
Erected 1859 Owned by the Co.
SPE 1 A L A IT F. NT10N G IV E N TO TH E INSURANCE
'i ol farm property, dwellings and out-buildinsr. In
sures such buildings or contents ia a very favorable man
ner, lor three or nve years.
Losses Equitably Adjusted and
Promptly- 1'ald In Cash.
Also, insures stores, warehouses, buildings, or contents
and personal prope rty generally, in town or country, at
rates as low as consistent with hazards taken, and inland
insurance against the perils'of navigation.
WJI. HENDKKSON, Agent,
Application can be made to D. W. Grubbs, who is fully
authorized to transact all business connected with the
Agency. f aug 1,'61-dlyl WM ENÜF.RSON
General Commission Merchant,
Dealer in Flour, c;rain and nil kinds
of Country Produce; Wim- and
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE, 207 SOUTH SECOND ST.,
Advnnreuntulc on Consignment.
It Is for a!e by
:r. j. gatt ,ttstos
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
3 IILACKI' UD'1 m ILHIMm
JTMCE TO THE INDIES.
S FF.MALE MONTHLY
No article of medicine intended for
tbe exclusive use of Females, that has
ever made its appearance, has met with
such universal success as these
No disease is so little understood, and consequently so
banly treated, as hemale diseases. These lulls are the re
suit of much Ktudy and careful experience in all varietie
ot temale complaints; and in cases of
Jtt at- ar gJL ar- .
Suppressions, Leuchorrea or Whites-inflanimation of the
bladder, kidney and womb, and loss of nervous energy,
their use is ebove all praise.
CAUTION- -Married Ladies, In certain situations, should
not use theaa. For reasons, see directions w ith each box.
Trice. One Dollar per box. Sent by mail to anypirtof
the world, rrejmred and sold exclusively by
DU. EWiNG, No.lS Virginia Avenue,
pr5-diwiy '61 InJianapolis.lndiana.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
TT AS WON FOR ITSKLF SUCH A RF.NOWN FOR THE
I cure of every variety of Throat and Lung Com
plaint, that it is entirely unnecessary for rs to recount
the evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been emploved
As it has loii.u; been in constant use throughout this section
we need not do more than assure the people its quality is
kept tip to the best it ever has been, and that it maybe
relied on to do for their relief all it has ever been found
AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS,
ron THE CUKE OF
Cotiveness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indirestion, Dysentery,
Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache, Files, Rheumatism,
Eruptions and Skin Diseases, Liver Complaint, Dropsy,
letter. Tumors aii't alt uhctim, V orms, (,out, Neural
gia, as a Dinner lull, andlir I'urifying the Dl od.
They are sugar-coated, ro that the most sensitive can
take them pleasantly, and they are tbe best aperient in
the world lor all purposes of a family physic.
Price 35 cents per llox; 5 boxe for l
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, Ftatesmen,
and eminent personaires, have lent their names to certify
tbe unparalleled usefulness of these remedies, but our
space here will not permit the insertion of them. The
Agents below named furnish gratis our American Alma
nac in which they are given; with also full descriptions
of the above complaints, and the treatment that should be
ollowed for their cure.
Do not be put oft" by unprincipled dealer with other
preparations they make more profit on. Demand Ayers
and take no others. The sick want the best aid there is
for them, and they should have it.
mi. J. . AYER cV CO.,
Price, i per Ilottlr', Six llottles
All our rctrdits are for sale by
KOI'.EHT DROWNING, Indianjpolis.
ALLEN A CO., Cincinnati,
And by all druggist anddealeis everywhere.
CAPT. CHAS. H. CROMWELL, PROP'R.
Breakfast as Ave A. M., for passengers by the morning
THOMAS iirxojr, wm. h. cs.vrraii, wm. woopa.
Aiioii, (JliutHcIri & TYoori,
77 and?!) Wa I nut St. Cincinnati.
Manufacturers and Wholesale dealers in
Ä- SC ,
PRINTERS' CARDS AND CARD SHEETS!
I PRINTING INKS AND PAPER MANUFACTURERS
al, erials, atrents for th Majnolia Mills writing pa
per; raanu acturers of extra wrapping paper and paper
m s j rm? jk c
Celebrated Record Ink
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
iiticr. fifty cn.vrs ii:u ucaut
TT7E ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS
f for rwk and Job Printing, with dispatch and in
the best style of the art. Particular attention paid to
Mercantile and Railroad
PILLS OF LADING, BUSINESS CARDS,
BILLHEADS, BLANKS, DEEDS,
3 LETTER HEADINGS, REGISTERS,
Show Cards and Bills !
STOCK CERTIFICATES, DEEDS, Ac, Ac
fOB COUNT T MERCHANTS.
Show Hill, Hotel Hills of Fare, Hand
Hill Posier and Programmes
Iabel Invitation, (Par
tics and Halls.)
9 E VICHT DtSCKirnOH.
SCHOOL AXD COLLEGE CATALOGUES,
We have one of the most complete Printing Establish
ment! in tbe country. Our facilitie for doing all kind of
Work, Book, Plain or Ornamental, are first class. We
have introduced the latent and fastest Presses, and have
added to our Type all the modern styles, and w e employ
the bead werkmen. We are thus enabled to furnish Jobs
promptly, to guarantee atisfaction, and to accept low
We have connected with our Job Department Adams
Superior Presses, and are prepared to execute Stereotype
Presiswork, together with the Preatwork for outside pper,
at low figures.
.ilerchant, IXanker, ICailroad .Tlan
agers Insurance Agents, Manu
Is respectfully directed to our EstabliiLment, if they
desire fir-t -class work at low rates,
g"0n!ers fron- abroad will receive prompt attention.
Work fu rait bed in all cases at the time promised.
GT Strangers from a distance, and busi
ness men of the city and country, are cordial
Ij invited to visit our ofTice, and examine our
facilities for executing every description ot
Printing in the neateft ftyle, and on the roost
Office on MeriJUn Street, Sooth of Wah-
iriton Street, opposite the Potoffice.
ELDER HARKNESS & BINGHAM.
A. J a. a a vss. mm av
MEDICAL- BE AIITIFIER
O F THE A O K .
A!?D THE ONLT
Worthy of any C"ubrct fr r4oriuc
By the use f these nils the periodic attacks of JkVnvni.
or t S-jfrcAe may be prerented; and If taken at the
Commencement of an attack Immediate relief from pain
and sickness will be obtained.
fThey seldom fail in removing the Sausea and Headache
to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bowel removing Convenes.
For Literary Men. Students, Delicate Females, and all
er wn of sedentary habit, they are valuable s a Lax a- j
tive Improving the appetite, giving tone and vigr to the 1
igertlve organs, and restoring the natural elasticity and
trength 4 the whole system.
The CEPHALIC TILLS are the result f long Investiga
tion and carefully conducted experiments, having been tn
ose many years, during which time they have prevented!
and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering fron
Headache, whether origiuating in the nervous system oi
frotx a deranged state of the stomach.
They are entirely vegetable In their compotd-Jon, and
may be taken at all times with perfect safety without mak
ing any change of diet, and the ah.er.ce of any disagreea
ble taste renders it easy to administer them to children.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS '
The genuine have five signatures of Henry C. Spalding
on each box.
Sold by Druggist and all other Dealers in Medicines.
A box will be sent by mail, pre-paid, on receipt of the
p ii. i c i: , 2. ci:ms.
All orders should be addressed to
HENRY C. SPALDING,
43 Ceder Street. New York.
"THEY GO RIGHT TO THE SPOT."
INSTANT RELIEF! STOP YOUR COUGH!
PURIFY YOUR BREATH!
STREGTHEN YOUR V01CE1
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN,
GOOD FOR LECTURERS,
GOOD FOR rrjBLIC SPEAKERS,
GOOD FOR SINGERS,
GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS
LADIES ARE DELIGHTED WITH
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS
CHILDREN CRY FOR
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS
They relieve a Cough instantly.
They clear the Throat.
They give strength and volume to the voice.
They impart a delicious aroma t the breath.
Ley are delightful to tLe ta.ste.
They are made of simple herbs and can not barm any
I advise every one who has a Congb or a Hucky Voice
or a Bad Breath, or any difficulty of the Throat, to get
package of my Throat Confections, they will relieve you
nstantly, and you will r.gree with me that "they go right
to the spot." You will And them very useful and r s
ant while travelling or attending public meetings for
Hilling your cough or allyin your thirht. If yon try one
package I am safe in aying that you will ever afterward
consider them indispensable. You will find them at tbe
Druggists and Dealers in Medicines.
PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
My signature is on each package. All others are coun
A package will be Kent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of
IIEKRY C. SPAIaDIIVG,
NO. 4$ CEDAR STREET. N. Y.
fcäy-A single kottle f SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
will save ten times Its cot annually.'
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
SAVE THE PIECES!
ECONOMY! DISPATCH 1
tSfX Sttk u Tim Savxa NuaV'-J
As accident will happen, even In well regulated fami
lies, It ia very desirable to have some cheap and convenient
way for repairing furniture, toys, crockery, etc.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can afford
to be without lU It ia always ready and Bp to Ute tick inj
"USEFUL UJ EVERY HOUSE."
5. B. A brush accompanies each bottle. Trice 25 cents
AddreM, HENRY C. SPALDING.
So. ii Cedar Street, New Trk.
As certain unprincipled persons are attempting U palm
off on the nnaitfpecilng public, tmrudona of my PRJC
PAKXD GLUE, 1 wucldcantion II Persons to exaouM
before purchaauig, aad ee that the fall name.
JCT SPALDING 'S PREPARED GLCE-J
Is cn Ute euukle wrapper; all others are swindling eouo
ITITT.fcT DRUGGIST 15 THE UNITED fTATES
li familiar with tbe article, and will tell ynu lfyoa
Haid or Gray
Or Your Hair rtrds at Tsnlc.
ProlVwMor O. .J. "WooIn
I Hie? On If Ilrlluble Article for i on
FOR STATESMEN, JUIiGES, CLER(JYME!I,
Indies and gentlemen. In all parts of the world testify to
the etricacy of Prof. O. J. Wood's Hair Kertoraüvr-, and
gentlemen of the pres are unanimous in it praise. A
few testimonial only can here l-e given; ee ciuular fL-r
more, aixi it will be impossible for you to doubt.
TR0F. 8. THAIJ'EIUI, PIANIST,
says on his arrival in the United State. Le
was rapidly Ijecoming gray, but on applying
V'ovt's lliir Restorative, his hair sov re
covered its original hue.
CHARLES CARDEW, 13 NASSAU STn N. T,
Fays the gray hairs on his wife's head were,
r . I . at. J t
altera lew eefc iriai, lumru ini a oara
brown, at the name time beautifying and
thickening the bair.
A. C. RAYMOND, BATn, MAINE,
Says he 1 now fixtyjears old, aiid Lis hair
and whiskers wer tww-tLirda Kray, but by
the use of two IxKtles of the Restorative, the
gray hair have disappeared, both on m
head and face, and is more soft sA cKm-j
than for twenty-live years previous. Hi :fe,
at the are of Lfty-two, has used it with tbe
HNLET JOHNSON, ESQ., NEW ORLEANS,
Says that he lost bis hair by the Yellow Fever
in lNrst. lie used Wood" Hair ReotoraUve,
and bis hair i now thick and glossy.
M. MIDDLETON, IJV1NGST0N, ALABAMA,
says the Restorative has done much good In
his part ot the country. He ust-d it for bald
ness and now has a fine head of Lair.
T. L. MORSE, LEBANON, KENTUCKT,
Says he has seen Wood' Hair Restorative
u.-ed in hum. reds T cases, and never knew
it to fail in accomplishing all it irofees to
A. J. ALDEN. McLANESBORO', ILL.,
Says he had the scald head eight year, and
was bald, but by the libera luse of Wood's
Hair Restorative, he now has a rich, glus
head of bair.
LiooxiEE, Noble county, Indiana, Feb. S ISM.
Prof. O. J. Wood. Dear Sir In the Utter part nf the year
1&2, while attending to the Slate and National Law
School of the State of New York, my bair, from a cause
unknown to me, commenced falling off very rapidly, so
that in the short Fpace of six months, tbe hole upper
part i f ray scalp was entirely Lertfl of its covering, and
much of the remaining portion upon the wie and back
part of my bead shortly after became gray, m that you
mill not be surprised heu I tell you that up'in my return
to the State of Indiana, my more casual acquaintances
were cot so much at a loss to discover the cause of the
change iumy appearance, as my more intimate acquaint
ances to recognize me at all.
I at once made application to the tnoct skillful phy
sicians in the country, but receiving no assurances (rom
thetathat my hair could again be restored, I was forced
to become reconciled to my fate, until fortunately in tbe
latter part of the year 1857, your restorative was recom
mended to me by a druggist, aa being the most reliable
Hair Restorative in use. I tried one bottle, and found to
my great satisfaction that ft was producing the desired
effect. Since that time 1 have osed seven dollars worth
of your iwtorafive, and aa result, bare a rich coat of
very soft black hair, which no money can buy.
As a mark of my gratitude for your labor and skill la
the production of o wonderful an article, I bave moots
mended its use to many of my friend and acquaintances,
who, 1 am Lappy to inform you, are using it wi:h Lite
effect. Very respectfully. A. M. LA TT A.
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Oat O&oti, g. C, Jane 21, 19
Prof. O. J. Wood: Dear Sir Your Flair KestoratWe la
rapidly gaining popularity in this community. I have had
occasion to lay prejudice aside, and give your Uair Resto
rative a perfect test.
During tbe year ISM, I was so unfortunate as to be
thrown from my sulky against a rock near tLe road side,
from which my head received a moot terrible blow, caus
ing a great deal of irritation, which communicated to tbe
brain and external surface of tbe head, freru the e fleet of
which my hair was finally destroyed over tbe entire ur
face of the bead. From the time I first (Uncovered its
dropping, however, up to the time of Its total disappear
ance, I employed everything I could think of, being a pro
fessional man myself; and, aa I thought understanding tbe
nature of the disease, but was finally defeate d In every
These and no other circumstances induced me to resort
to your worthy Hair Restorative, which I have every rea
son to belive produced a very happy result; two months
after the first application, I had as beautiful a Lead of
young hair as I ever saw, for which I certainly owe vou
my most sincere thanks. Rest assured, dear sir, I shall
recommend your remedy to ail Inquirers; moreover, I
shall use my influence, which I Caller myself tossy. Is nt
You can publish this if you think proper.
Yours, very respectfully,
M. J. WRIGHT, lt. D.
OCice of the Jeffrrsonlan, Pbillippi, Va., Iec. 12, M.
Dear Sir. I feel It my duty a well a my pleasure, to
state to yon tbe following circumstances, b ich yon can
use as you think proper. A gentleman of tUW place, (a
lawyer,) has been Laid ever since his early youth, so
much so that he was compelled to wear a wig. He was
induced to ue a bottle of your "Hair Restorative,'
which Le liked very much; and fter uir.g some two or
three bottles his hair grew out quite luxuriantly, and be
now has a handsome head of hair. The gentleman's
name is Bradford, and be ia very well known ia our ad
joining counties, many person can teufy to the truth of
this statement; I give it to you at the request ol Bradford.
You can sell a great deal of your Hair Restorative in this
and tbe adjoining counties if you hare the proper ar-nt.
Yours, 4c. THOMPSON M'LGHNoR.
CRKerKa,S. C,30th July,
Paor. 0. J. Wood 1t Sir; I take pleasure in recom
mending your Hair Restorative as a iriot excellent cure
for scald bead. My son was suffering very tnorb from Una
disease, and after using one bottle, was nude pertectiy
well. I recommended it to others who had d;rf-ae of the
bead, and in ail cass It Lad the desired e!TVct. fun can
recmmend it w itbout fear as a mot certain cure for scald
bead. Many others will certify tlat this and many other
cases was cured from the nw f your most valuable Hair
Restorative. - Respectfully yours,
The New Tork Day IVk say
Ttie majority of Hair VVbe, Hair Dye. Hair Tonic.
Hair Oil, and the numbcrles preparations which are now
before the public under such eatravarant, bypcrboltcal
and fantastic title as we see paradi In show window
card and newspaper heading, as bair prepare Hons, are
all humbugs of tbe first water; their real merit, wbon
thev poM anv, la, that they do no harm. HOG'H
LARD, WU ALK 'OIL, LARD OH, 8WKKT OIL, aerovd
and colored, make vp, when in beautiful wrappers and
white Cir.t glaa bottle, the co.il -est character of tonics;
and hen thus coolly are baptised wiUt eotne lriy!i. I
term, and caught at by verdant younj; and old of both
sexes. Such is not the character of Prot Wood's Hair
keiora'ive. This frentirnien cooes before tbe world with
out any "bighfaluun" XilopbMcrium, or any other as
tounding or startling catchpenny term.-; Le .imply ad
vertises a U'tir .'etVriN're what It eipree. pre
cisely and aa a Reiorative it acta, buy ProL Wood's
Hair Restorative; ai', a you value your acaJp, aye, yoar
very brain, apply nothing ele; for it msy be that via
will a-et some wor substance than perfumed lard oil on
yoer cranium. Remember, Wood's Restorative for the
hair ia the best article eaUat."
IT wuu it Sanaa's 0 raocaaa
RESTORE GRAY BAIR TO THE ORIGINAL COLOR
Will make it grow on Is. id Heads
WM restore tiie natural secret i-i.
Will remove at once all ItchJa?,
W'ill remove all Dandruff,
Will cure all eruption even ecald
Will make the hatr soft and gWy,
Will make the old appear young arain.
Will preserve tbe color of bair to otd a.
Will always fasten It and stop its fa'.l:ng,
A od Is one of the best toiM articles for the hair nrm tn
IF TOUK HAIE M HARSH.
Le Prof. Wood', hair rtortie
If your Itair is grey,
Cse Prof. Wood's hair restotaUve.
f your bair is thin.
Use Prof. Wood' hair rtoraue
If you are bald,
Ce Prof. Wood's hair reoorative
If you have nervous headache.
Ce Prof. Wood's hair restorative.
If yoa w ant trrtirminy overwhelmfng.
Read the circular of prof. Wood's hair reuoeat o
O. .1. AVOOD & CO.,
II .Tlarkrt rert.Ht. eul; 114 Itresad
war Sew Verla
KANCT ACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DFJILFRJ
CtT Wloletle and retail agcit, CotKtT rowia
wholele 4ruiririt. So. ti Weaa Yaiau street. In-
dianapotl, livli.oa. !